The Gulf of Aden Needs US-China Maritime Cooperation
By Brittney Washington
If Washington and Beijing can get out of their own way, they can combat a common threat.
Evaluating India-Africa Maritime Relations
By Abhijit Singh
Partnering Africa requires that India work with it in the maritime realm.
Japan, South Korea Boost Their African Presence
By Jason Nicholson
The focus on the South China Sea misses some important, and relevant, strategic developments further west.
Fighting Piracy: Is a Grand Asian Strategy Possible?
By Nilanthan Niruthan
A region-wide approach will be needed to effectively tackle a growing menace.
Sunk Costs: China and the Pirates
China’s response to piracy has had broader implications for its overall foreign policy. Part one of a two-part series.